Felicity Cloake's barbecue masterclass: jerk chicken - recipe
One year ago - By The Guardian
This Jamaican summer stalwart is all about spice, heat and char - here's how to achieve smoky perfection Jerk chicken is one of my favourite things to barbecue. I'd even go as far as to say that, with a few honourable exceptions , it's about the only chicken dish worth the grill space. You can also use this sweetly aromatic, unapologetically fiery Jamaican rub on goat, mutton or pork belly. Serves 6-8
Prep 15 min
Marinate 6 hr+
Cook 25 min
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